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It was quite a revelation when I discovered an earwig in my basil plants. The leaves had been developing "holes" overnight. Since then, I've been spraying the basil plants twice daily with a 10% solution of dish soap and water. I'm partial to the Dollar store brand -- don't ask what that brand may be. I know that its an amber colored soap. I give my ...


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The pictures help a lot. These trees were eaten back, but not too far for a good recovery. The fastest way to get them looking normal will be shearing. Shear back the areas the deer didn't hit, and while you're at it, you can do the others, to match. Do not cut past the growth line, where there are plenty of green stems to regrow from. Also, don't cut the ...


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Cedars or arborvitae can take a lot of damage by pruning or being eaten. As you have found on the web even severely damaged trees will grow back but the question is how long will it take. I see cedar hedges that have been topped, about the worst thing you could do to an evergreen, after two or three years you would not know. The real question is what can ...



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